"The SPR [State Preparedness Report] is an important step in moving grant processes, programs, and planning from a focus on loosely affiliated equipment, training, exercises and technical assistance projects to one that delivers integrated prevention, protection, response, and recovery capacity. This year, FEMA has consolidated previous reporting requirements (Enhancement Plan, Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) Evaluation Report, and the Nationwide Plans Review) into a single document: The 2008 State Preparedness Report. In order to further streamline reporting, FEMA intends to integrate the SPR into the HSGP product suite. However, due to the current Continuing Resolution, FEMA chose to decouple the 2008 SPR from the Fiscal Year (FY) 2008 HSGP and release a draft version of the guidance to all States/Territories to identify report requirements and begin developing the reports."
FEMA Information Bulletin No. 267
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